On behalf of the entire Alexandria Fair Board we would like to extend a huge thank you to alexandriafairsigneveryone for attending and supporting the 2016 Alexandria Fair and Horse Show! Thanks to folks like you, this year was a huge success. Thousands walked through our gates to enjoy rides, games, concerts, pageants, horse shows, court yard crafts, yummy treats, live stock shows, mounted cowboy shooting, and much much more. Our social media buzz is but a small testament of the positive comments and attention we have received. Thank you to all of our sponsors and hard working volunteers for making 2016 another year for nostalgia and remembrance. Thanks to your support, we are able to continue producing world class fairs. It is for you, that we revamp ourselves year after year by introducing new acts and entertainment. From all of us at the AlexandriaFair we hope to see you next year for the 161st Anniversary of the Alexandria Fair and Horse Show, August 30 through September 4, 2017! In the meantime, stay up-to-date with upcoming events here and through our social media pages. Like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter & Instagram.
Here is a list of upcoming events at the Alexandria Fairgrounds:

August 30 – September 4, 2017 – the 161st Alexandria Fair & Horse Show

Download A Copy of the 2017 Fair Book Here


September 16, 2017 – Demo Derby – Start Time: 7:30 pm – Pits Open: 2:00 pm

General Admission: $7.00  Promoter: Young N Wreckless

Shawn McCollum, 859-553-0951





Constitution of the Society, Section 3 and 4

  1. The Board of Directors reserves the right to construe its own rules and regulations and to decide arbitrarily all matters in regard thereof and to formulate and enforce special rules for any conditions that are not covered by this list of rules and regulations.
  2. No restriction is placed on any animal that has taken a premium heretofore (except as noted). An entry card must be secured for each ring in which an animal is to be shown.
  3. All entries for livestock must be made by 8 AM on the day of the exhibition for afternoon, and 30 minutes prior to show time for the evening horse show.
  4. In stock rings, soundness is always considered unless so specified.
  5. No owner of stock shall be admitted in the ring when contending for a premium, except when actually showing said stock. Ownership is withheld from the judges.
  6. There must be two or more entries to constitute a class.
  7. Where only one entry is shown, a blue ribbon will be given, but second money will be paid. If judges do not consider it worthy of a premium, they shall so report and no premium will be given.
  8. All premiums will be paid by check.
  9. The ages of horses shall be dated from January 1.
  10. The Board of Directors may expel anyone from the grounds for rude and ungentlemanly conduct at any of its fairs or meetings, and for fraud or attempt to fraud, or misrepresentation with regard to stock or articles offered for competition.
  11. The Association is not responsible for articles lost, damaged or stolen.
  12. Directors and officers may not compete in any stock rings
  13. Any objections to judges shall be in writing and must state cause of objections . Objections must be made before stock is on exhibit before the judges. The ruling of the board will be final.
  14. The Society reserves the right to have awards made by a committee of special judges at their discretion.
  15. Promiscuous specialty advertising is prohibited. Advertising must be done from the place of exhibition. Distribution of advertising that conflicts with a concession sold by the management is prohibited.
  16. The rental of stalls for horses shall be $30 per stall for the duration of the Fair.
  17. The Society does not assume responsibility for the payment, collection or remittance of any the special premiums advertised in this list that are offered by any individual, company or association.
  1. Entry fees for Horse Show Classes will be $15 per entry per class and on Championship Night, for those who tie, entry fees will be $30 per entry for all $350 and $400 classes and $35 per entry for $1,000 and $1,500 classes. To qualify, an exhibitor must show in an appropriate class. Pleasure classes qualify for Championship Night. However, animals can only be shown in one championship pleasure class.
  2. No person under the influence of intoxicants will be permitted in the show ring.
  3. The Society will try in every way to prevent accidents to persons or property but cannot be responsible for any accidents, loss of property or damage to any person or property.
  4. Open classes are open to all exhibitors unless otherwise stated.
  5. Entries made in 4-H and FFA classes must have been produced in conjunction with an approved project.